A masked bully was held on CCTV kicking a newcomer off a height onto tram tracks.
The 23-year-old victim had been on the height watchful to house a tram when a squad followed him onto the platform.
CCTV footage shows two girls and a 6ft male, all believed to be in their late teens, arrive at 10.44pm on Friday, Oct 13, and the man is seen to lift on a balaclava.
Three mins after one of the girls, who has prolonged blonde hair and is wearing a ball cap, is seen walking on the Metrolink marks at Didsbury Village Station, Manchester.
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The 23-year-old victim appears to be revelation her to get off the tracks.
She moves towards him and as he offers a palm to lift her back onto the height the man in the squad kicks him onto the tracks.
Police contend that as he clambered back onto the platform, he was threatened with a steel bar and a booze bottle, which was crushed on the floor, before he was means to rush and get home safely.
The victim did not humour any critical injuries but was badly jarred by the incident.
The teenagers are filmed leaving the hire at 10.50pm, with the girl with blonde hair carrying a bottle of wine.
About 10 mins after a licentiate suffered a heart attack after being smashed with a steel bar.
The 66-year-old victim of the second occurrence was beaten as he walked home along Beaver Road, Didsbury.
He was taken to hospital with conduct injuries but suffered a heart attack as a approach outcome of the assault. He is now recuperating at home.
Police wish to pronounce to the contingent featured in the footage in tie with both of the incidents.
The victim in the Metrolink attack did not humour any critical injuries but was badly shaken.
The immature man in the squad was white and described as having a slim build, and with wavy dim hair. He was wearing a grey hooded puffer coupler and dim bottoms and his face was covered.
The women were both white, again suspicion to be in their late teens, both around 5ft 5in and of slim build. One had very prolonged blonde hair and was wearing dim wardrobe and a dim ball cap.
The other had dim hair tied back in a dim bun and was wearing a splendid red coupler and dim bottoms.
Police are now appealing for anyone who witnessed the attack or recognises the suspects to come forward.
Detective Constable Phil Whiting of GMP’s City of Manchester Team, said: ‘Around the time of both incidents, there weren’t a lot of people around however, I’m certain that by looking at what the people in the footage were wearing, someone will remember them being together.
‘I conclude the man has his face covered but it may be you recognize the way he walks or the garments that he is wearing.
‘We need to pronounce to these people as a matter of coercion so we wish people to really study the footage; their faces, the way they are holding themselves and how they are acting.
‘You may have seen them holding bottles of booze or a steel bar. If you know who they are or saw them around the time of possibly incident, greatfully call us.’